Road & Bridge
Public Notice will be published in the Middle Park Times on September 17, 2020 and September 24, 2020. The following roads are being considered for addition to the Snowmobile routes: GCR 480 and GCR 479. The following roads are being considered for addition to the OHV Routes: GCR 72, GCR 73, GCR 50S, GCR 5, and GCR 8.
Public Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Grand County, Colorado, will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at 10:30am in the Commissioners Meeting Room in the Grand County Administration Building in Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado to consider amendments and adoption of A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND REGULATING THE OPERATION OF OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES (OHV) AND SNOWMOBILES ON CERTAIN SPECIFIED COUNTY ROADS WITHIN GRAND COUNTY, STATE OF COLORADO.
Current maps and lists of designated roads are available online at https://www.co.grand.co.us/738/Maps.
Written comments should be directed to Chris Baer, Snow_OHV, PO Box 9, Granby, Colorado 80446 or by email at and must be received by 10:00am on October 5, 2020. For more information, contact Road and Bridge at (970) 887-2123.
For the health and safety of our employees and the community, the Road & Bridge office is open to the public by scheduled appointments only. Road & Bridge office hours are Monday through Thursday 6:30 am-5:00 pm, closed on Fridays. See below for emails and other information.
Road & Bridge encourages the public to contact the office with any questions or to report county road issues. The main Road & Bridge phone number is 970-887-2123. Road issues can also be reported through the county’s Request Tracker.
Road & Bridge On-Call Foreman
Amy Sidener, 970-531-1958, is the Foreman on-call for emergency/after-hours road concerns through September 27th, 2020.
For burning or weed information, please visit the Division of Natural Resources web page or call 970-887-0745.
For any other issues, please contact the Sheriff’s Office at 970-725-3343.
Grand County Road & Bridge is responsible for the maintenance of 780 miles of public road. This maintenance includes, but is not limited to, grading, road stabilization, snow plowing, and keeping drainage culverts cleared of debris. Road & Bridge employees strive to keep these roads functional and safe.
Grand County Road & Bridge does not maintenance State Highways, Interstates or town roads. Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) services highways and interstates.
Road & Bridge also grants permits for Right of Way work, Driveway installation, Oversize/Overweight vehicles travelling on County roads, and General Release of Liability.
Chris Baer--Road Superintendent 970-531-2099 Email
Micah Benson--Assistant Road Superintendent 970-531-1016 Email